Waiting no more

Remember this post? Sadly, I’m out of the waiting room but leaving alone. I can’t say anymore as everyone deserves their privacy but I just wanted to give an update. Wish I didn’t have to tbh. Life is short, truly. Let’s make it as sweet as we can.

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4 responses to “Waiting no more”

  1. I’m truly sorry to hear that. Even though you intimated that it was inevitable, it’s always a shock when it actually happens, and the waiting doesn’t make the grief any easier.

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    1. Thank-you. It’s impossible to prepare oneself isn’t it?

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  2. Worried. Just need to let you need to know I’m thinking about you.
    (Just got back from time away dealing with a dear, ancient [90 years old], uncle’s death.)
    You OK?
    Let me know if I can help.

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    1. I’m ok but thank-you so much. We r looking after the most affected family member. V sorry to hear about yr uncle. As my sister used to pray ‘let the petrol {perpetual} light shine upon him’. Trying to grab that silver lining…..

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